Western Canada Baseball 1932
1932 Stats 
1932 Rosters
1932 Tournaments/Exhibitions 
1932 Colville, WA     

SASKATCHEWAN
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Regina Nationals
15
3
Moose Jaw All-Stars
13
5
2.0
Milestone Sioux
6
12
9.0
Regina Wood Hardware
1
17
14.0
Regina Nationals won the league playoffs and went on to defeat Estevan, Saskatoon and the Alberta representatives to claim the prairie senior baseball crown
1932 Game Reports     
1932 Photo Gallery   
1932 Snapshots   
       
SASKATOON CITY LEAGUE
Aberdeen, Northern Distributors, Saskatoon Gems
       
MERIDIAN LEAGUE
Denzil , Evesham, Macklin, Senlac,
       
NORTHEASTERN SASKATCHEWAN
1932 Saskatchewan Game Reports 
 
ALBERTA
EDMONTON SENIOR LEAGUE

Imperials, Liberals, Royals, South Side Arctics,
       
EDMONTON BIG FOUR LEAGUE 
Alberta Hotel, CNR, Riverdale, Old Timers
       
CALGARY SENIOR LEAGUE 
Boosters, Bronks, Dodgers, Hustlers
       
WHEATBELT LEAGUE
Blackie, High River, Nanton, Vulcan
High River defeated Blackie in the playoff finals for the Wheatbelt title.
       
NORTHERN ALBERTA LEAGUE 
Barrhead, Clyde, Morinville, Westlock
       
1932 Alberta Game Reports   
1932 Alberta Photo Gallery
       
MANITOBA 
WINNIPEG WESLEY SENIOR AMATEUR LEAGUE
Arenas, Elks, Norwood, Dokey-Tigers
1932 Game Reports     
1932 Snapshots   
       
BRITISH COLUMBIA
VANCOUVER CITY LEAGUE

Arrows, Fireman, Telephones, VAC (Bellingham, New Westminster)
       
TERMINAL LEAGUE
Abbotsford, Asahis, Meralomas, Shores
       
NORTH SHORE LEAGUE
Lynn Valley, Native Sons, Smith-Airline, Squamish, West Vancouver
       
DELTA LEAGUE
Cloverdale, Ladner, Langley
       
TRIANGLE LEAGUE  
Coquitlam, Fraser Cafe, Fraser Mills, Moody
       
DEWDNEY LEAGUE
Hammond, Haney, IOCO
       
VANCOUVER & DISTRICT SENIOR B
B&W Oil, Collingwood, Grandview Liberals, Kerrisdale, Muacs
       
COMOX VALLEY TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Courtenay Athletics, Cumberland Cubs, Cumberland Eagles, Cumberland Pirates, Royston, Union Bay
       
CENTRAL OKANAGAN LEAGUE 
Kelowna Hornets, Kelowna Ramblers, Oyama, Rutland, Winfield
       
SOUTH OKANAGAN INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Oliver, Oroville WA, Penticton, Summerland
       
BC INTERIOR LEAGUE
Kamloops, Kelowna, Revelstoke, Salmon Arm, Vernon
       
1932 Vancouver Game Reports     
1932 BC Interiior Game Reports
   
1932 VCR Island Game Reports      
1932 BC Photo Gallery 
  
1932 Vancouver VAC    
       

 

Regina Nationals, Prairie Champs

Behind the strong right arm of "Swainey" Swainson, Regina Nationals emerged as prairie senior baseball champions.  Regina topped the Moose Jaw All-Stars for the Southern League pennant then went on to capture the league playoffs, Southern Saskatchewan title, and provincial championship before beating the Alberta representatives for the prairie crown. 

Nationals won twelve straight playoff games.  Swainson, who won four of five decisions during the regular season, won six straight playoff games to finish the summer with a 10-1 won, lost record.

Moose Jaw's Wilf Pennington was the league's mound workhorse appearing in 14 of the All-Stars' 17 games. He led the loop with seven wins.

Outfielder Bill Clayton of the Milestone Sioux won the batting crown with a .365 average.


In late June, the Vancouver Sun reported that Reggie Yasui the catcher for the Asahis of the Vancouver Terminal League hadn't made an error in two years. And, that wasn't the best of his performance. He was the league's leading hitter.